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November 08, 2005
Miss USA 2005 Chelsea Cooley from Charlotte, North Carolina, smiles as she pulls on socks made from corn-derived...
Tokyo, Japan
Miss USA Cooley pulls on socks made from fiber produced from corn in Tokyo
Miss USA 2005 Chelsea Cooley from Charlotte, North Carolina, smiles as she pulls on socks made from corn-derived Ingeo fiber, the "world's first man-made fiber" produced from corn extrusion, at an introduction of earth-friendly products in Tokyo November 8, 2005. A group of U.S. hosiery manufacturers, including Twin City Knitting Company Inc. which boasts the sweet-smelling product, have joined together to offer to the Japanese market products made from Ingeo fibre, derived from agriculture-based material instead of oil-based substances. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita
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